Gothic Revival Oak Court Cupboard, France, 19th century, comprised of various elements; top portion consisting of registers of tracery to sides and top frieze, with two doors with two panels each decorated with projecting crockets to finials of arches framing mounted gothic-style tapestries; bottom portion consists of a top frieze with two drawers above two rows latched doors, decorated allover with tracery, with linenfold paneling to the sides, all on four stile feet; total approx. ht. 81, wd. 46, dp. 20 1/2 in.
Two upper tapestry mounted doors possibly separate elements fitted to case, have bowed slightly and also have some evidence of worming. Oak case with some moldings to feet loose or detached (included). Key to latches on bottom portion not included.